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Zink-Sharp Now an SWST Fellow


   

Audrey Zink-Sharp with student Audrey Zink-Sharp (L) examines a cross-section of a wood specimen in the scanning electron microscope with graduate student Richard Johnson.


Feb. 17, 2011 – Professor Audrey Zink-Sharp has been elected a Fellow of the Society for Wood Science and Technology (SWST), an international organization dedicated to advancing the profession of wood science. One of only 33 Fellows among 450 SWST members, Zink-Sharp is the first female to win this honor and to have served as president of the society. “Receiving Fellow standing in the Society of Wood Science and Technology is quite an honor for me,” said Zink-Sharp. “I joined this society as an undergraduate student and have concentrated my professional service within SWST’s missions and goals. To be elected an SWST Fellow is recognition that I hold in the highest regard.”


    CNRE Newsmagazine Winter 2011 Cover

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